The google forms based commenting that Mat made for twaddle
<http://twaddle.tiddlyspot.com/#TWaddle:TWaddle>, which is probably what
you are talking about with the comment icon on well made wikis, is done by
storing comments on google sheets using the google forms api. This is
sharing the information with google. And you can't use facebook to track or
limit who access the data without sharing the identity data with facebook.
I used hashover on my blog wiki thing
<http://ooktech.com/jed/externalbrain/#Comments>, but that requires my own
hosting space and I wouldn't put too much faith in how secure it is.
You can make a general information wiki that is generally accessible to
anyone online and they can download their own copy and enter whatever
information they want into it. It would be on their own device and they
would have full control of it, but it would only be on that device and they
couldn't access it from elsewhere unless they hosted it themselves. And in
this case you would still have to have some server-side mechanism to see
who accessed it and to have any sort of authentication. If you intend to
provide the hosting for the users private wikis than the authentication to
be able to access and edit these wikis would need to come from something
other than tiddlywiki, or we would need to create tools to do that which
would be a rather large task by itself.
It sounds like you may just want to use tiddlywiki as a frontend to
whatever service will be used to access the EHR data. That is something
tiddlywiki could be used for but there are many other pieces that would
need to be created. I am not sure that tiddlywiki is an appropriate tool
for what you want to do.
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